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states just before obama's visit. malaysia, south korea, he hit all the right notes. it's not a pivot, but he said the united states is not going anywhere from these countries and he didn't offend the chinese. he made it important to say how close it was to work with the chinese. >> charlie: and had no ambition in trying to contain the chinese. >> yes, and obama is credible in saying he has no ambition to contain the chinese. so the fact you've both made the allies in the region happier and the chinese feel no reason to overrespond with their own saber rattling is about as much as he's done on this trip. >> charlie: why is a trade agreement important. >> when the trance pacific partnership was first announced the chinese response is this is containment, we don't want it, are opposed to it. now that it's going to happen, that it has heft and momentum, the chinese have changed their tune. what they're now saying is we need to study it very carefully, do we want to join? do we want to express our interest in eventual membership? the chinese understand if you're going to create tighter tr
they send including japan malaysia peru and others. make enough 40% of the world's gdp. that is what the president was doing in advancing his trip to asia last week. the second is the transatlantic trade and investment partnership as washington would for referred to as ttip which was significantly deepening the multibillion dollar economic relationship we have with the european union. together they were tonight two-thirds of the world economy, the competition that generates competition and intellectual property. the benefits for america and the middle class would be significant. 44 million americans work for companies that export goods. hundreds of thousands more would be working if they did not steal your copy. jobs supported by exports pay as much as 18% higher wages than the national average. we shouldn't be afraid of this competition. i tell leaders all over the world america welcomed his competition. it's stamped into her dna. and that if the field is even remotely level we will succeed and you will succeed. ladies and gentlemen we have learned a lot over the last 20 years about
have some new developments on the disappearance of malaysia flight 370. a preliminary report has now been made public and it's raising some questions about why it took officials so long to realize there was a problem with the flight. nbc's tom costello has covered this investigation from the very beginning. tom, good morning. >> hi, savannah. this is the report, it's only five pages long. it provides the timeline showing big delays, about how long it took to actually order a search. and for the first time we're hearing the voices from the cockpit crew. just released, the audio recordings of the flight 370 cockpit crew talking to malaysian controllers. >> 370, contact lumpur radar. >> reporter: nothing sounds amiss. even the last call between controllers and the voice believed to be that of the capta capta captain at 1:19 a.m., routine. >> malaysian 370. >> malaysian 370, contact ho chi minh. >> reporter: but something did suddenly go wrong. the plane went off radar. but it wasn't for another 17 minutes that vietnamese controllers reported the plane had not checked in. and another fou
. >>> the operator of the international airport in kuala lumpur, malaysia, has opened a new terminal and aims to cash in on growing demand for travelers using low cost carriers. the company built the terminal exclusively for budget airlines. came in at a cost of about $1.2 billion. an old terminal for low-cost carrier was opened eight years ago. it was becoming a bit too small, though, as more travelers started opting for cheaper airlines. company executives say the new term cal can handle 45 million passengers a year. that's about three times the capacity of the old one. air asia, based in malaysia, and other budget airlines from thailand and singapore plan to use that terminal. >>> american start-up that streams tv programs over the internet is shaking up the industry now. the company is applying 21st century technology to a 20th century medium. and conventional broadcasters are feeling threatened. we have more. >> reporter: a new platform for bringing live broadcast tv to the internet, wherever and whenever we want. >> aereo began operations in february 2012. after launching in new york, it's been
the plane went missing. nbc's tom costello reports. >> reporter: malaysia airlines are telling the family members of the missing to leave their hotels and return home to await more news. the five-page report provides a time line of events and it raises new questions about what took so long to launch a search for the plane after it was reported missing. >> malaysian 370. thank you. >> reporter: for the first time we're hearing the voice from the cockpit as flight 370 communicated with malaysian controllers. >> 370, kuala lumpur. 13269. >> reporter: family members have also heard the recordings. we don't know if it's captainza h -- the captain or the co-pilot. >> malaysian 370. >> malaysian 370 contact ho chi minh 120.99. >> reporter: at 1:21 a.m., the plane disappeared from radar but not until 1:38 a.m. did vietnamese controllers tell malaysia the plane was missing, then another four hours before the malaysian search and rescue center was activated. far too long, say safety experts who insist searchers would have been launched far sooner in the u.s. >> i think when you dissect that four-ho
market securities in asia, markets like thailand, singapore, malaysia, vietnam. and i made some investments more than a year ago in iraq. because it's very cheap. lots of problems. but the market is very, very inexpensive. and so some markets have corrected meaningfully to the downside, say even after the recent rise india in dollar terms is still down something like 35% from its peak. russia is dirt cheap. i don't think there's a hurry to buy russian stocks. >> no, no. not until we have a little bit more clarity, perhaps. mark, good to have you on the show. you'll stick around. mark farber, publisher of the boom, gloom and doom report. do you agree with mark? is there potential for a bigger correction? get in touch with us, e-mail worldwide@cnbc.com, @cnbcwex or @rosswestgate. >>> we'll discuss what's next for the social media giant, twitter. >>> to qe or not to qe. that seems to be one of the questions. the figure for eurozone inflation comes out in around 45 minutes. could have a big bearing on what the ecb does or doesn't do. >>> cnbc hits the catwalk. we catch up with super
was an employee at that location. and malaysia's transport minister says possible wreckage has been found in the bay of bengal and a potential lead will be investigated. back to "hardball." >> president obama delivered an unusually strong rebuke yesterday to his critics who say he hasn't been tough enough on foreign policy. >> frankly, most of the foreign policy commentators that have questioned our policies would go headlong into a bunch of military adventures that the american people have no interest in participating in and would not advance our core security interests. for some reason, many who were proponents of what i considered to be a disastrous decision to go into iraq haven't really learned the lesson of the last decade. they seem to play the same note over and over again. >> whether on iran, syria or ukraine, critics of the president have accused him of not being tough enough. dealing with foreign adversaries. he's being naive or weak or indecisive. what would they have done differently? what would they do tomorrow differently when it comes to dealing with foreign crises. the an
japan, south korea, malaysia and the philippines. at the start of his term, president obama said he would make strengthening relationships with asian allies a top priority. it's been an uphill battle. >> president obama went to asia for more than just fancy food and banquets, but he sure was toasted a lot. still, what he wanted on his first stop was a trade deal with japan. after frantic meetings, he left full, but empty handed. >> why did it not happen? in part because of opposition to the treaty from inside japan. agriculture is highly protected in japan, but there are other examples, automobiles and so fort. real limitations, political limitations on the prime minister. >> that could signal long delays or the eventual death of the agreement which president obama hoped would shape his legacy, a big part of his much talked about pivot to asia. japanese officials seemed to get what they wanted, the president talking about islands disputed by japan and china. >> the treaty covers all territories administered by japan. >> will the u.s. defend the philippines in case a territorial disp
for missing malaysia airlines flight 370. the air search officially ending overnight. we're live in perth, australia, with what's coming next. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> and i'm john berman. great to see you. it is tuesday, april 29th, 5:00 a.m. in the east. >>> and we do begin with important breaking news, another night of dangerous storms moving through the south, leaving at least 13 more people dead, so many homes damaged, and towns simply devastated. the worst, it's not over yet. even more severe weather could be headed that way today from texas all the way to the atlantic ocean. >> mississippi is under a state of emergency this morning. the city of tupelo under curfew after this tornado ripped through at least 100 homes, leaving at least eight people dead, many others hurt. take a look at this. the winds so powerful, the winds picked up this suv -- >> wow. >> -- stacked it on top of a car. about 100 miles south in lewisville, mississippi, another tornado was caught on camera. you've got to listen to this. >> stay here. oh, my god. no, no, no, no,
recovered. >>> officials heading up the search for malaysia flight 370 are combing the world to find the most advanced technology and equipment to jump-start that hunt. they are nailing down contracts. but the new gear will take time and money adding $60 million to in the soaring multinational tab. the u.s. alone has already spent over $11 million in the search effort. >>> president obama returns to washington after the four nation visit to asia. while overseas, the president faced increasing criticism over his foreign policy decisions and he's not getting much praise on either side domestically. devon dwyer is traveling with the president. ♪ >> reporter: on an asian trip about asserting american power, president obama paid tribute it to its greatest symbol. >> we are joined by men and wear women who stand tall and proud and wear the uniform of the united states of america. >> reporter: in a speech the president said a new agreement with the philippines will send american warships and fighter jets to bases here for the first time in more than 20 years. >> we'll
for missing malaysia airlines flight 370, this as investigators reveal new information to families of those on board, playing for them the last audio recordings received from the cockpit of the vanished jetliner. you are going to hear it here. we are bringing you live team coverage. good morning, everyone. great to see you. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. nice to see you, john. it's tuesday, april 29th, 4:00 a.m. in the east. >>> let's begin with breaking news, another night of dangerous storms moving through the south, leaving at least 13 people more dead, many homes damaged and towns this morning devastated. this thing is not over, not over yet. even more severe weather could happen again today from texas all the way to the atlantic. >> the entire state of mississippi is under a state of emergency this morning. in the city of tupelo, under a curfew after a tornado ripped through at least 100 homes, leaving eight people dead, many others hurt. but i want you to look at this. the winds so powerful, they just picked up that minivan-suv, and stacked it on t
that it was not about containing china. he went to four different countries. he went to japan, malaysia, was recently the philippines, and he also made a stop in south korea. a lot of people have been watching it as a china containment tour. the last thing that happened in the philippines this last up, announced --tates is been interesting watching him deal with that. obviously, china and u.s. have an important relationship. the allies in that region are worried about the rise of china as well. lawmakers are returning after a two-week vacation. i wouldn't look for whole bunch happening, at least this week or over the next two months. thomas is beginning to debate spending bills for the coming year. that is the actual legislating that is going on. artief the legislating is gearing towards the november elections. maisie big one for primaries, both in the house and senate. mitch mcconnell faces is primary in may. there's a couple of feet once and senate primaries. of the biggest races is in idaho this month, as well. how big of a role as a 2014 elections? is completely overshadowing everything that is h
and race relations. he equates it into some kind of moral equivalency. like malaysia we have it be constantly on guard racial attitudes. >> racial tensions have nothing to do with that. should have stopped. these comments are wrong, period, full stop. >> rick? >> i think this president knows a lot about basketball. he knows a lot about african-americans in this country. we he have seen him throughout his presidency try to figure out the right moments to weigh in. he struggled at times about what the balance is,wi2oz i thik he found it here. he sees a moment that it's important to speak as president of the united states. also as the most prominent black leader in american history and try to draw something larger out of that i think it's a good conversation and responding to a direct question is the right way to do it. >> a.b.? >> i agree. i mean, president obama is our first black president. is he going to have to comment. and he should. and he has something significant to contribute to this dialogue going on in this country this week not only after the rancher's comments in n
china. he went to four different countries, japan, malaysia, most recently the philippines and south korea. but a lot of people have been watching it as a china containment to her the last thing that happened in the philippines was the united states announces a new tack in the philippines that will allow more military to be returned to those islands. it has been interesting watching him deal with that. obviously china and the u.s. have a very important relationship, something the u.s. is interested in maintaining and improving, but allies in the region are worried about the rise in china as well. are returning after a two-week vacation. what can we expect to see him the hill? >> the longest and first hits will be on the hill. i would not look for a bunch this week or even over the next two months. congress is beginning to debate spending bills for the upcoming year. most of what is happening is messaging that is already gearing towards the november elections. primaries in both the house and senate, a lot of the attention is back on the home state. mitch mcconnell faces his primary in
it to expand its presence. the u.s. has done a similar deal with australia and singapore. talking with malaysia and indonesia and vietnam. whole series with which the u.s. is talking about have a closer military relationship. that's one part of it. the more controversial bit is the military tactics the pentagon has been discussing how they would deal with some kind of conflict with china. one of the ideas that some people in the pentagon have. if there was any kind of dispute the way to approach that would be for u.s. to try to take out some of the chinese missile facilities which are the key bit to the chinese military platform. that's a dangerous escalatory step. you get into scary and difficult questions. >> it's a frightening scenario, everything you're describing and that ramp up, americans hope we'll avoid. 61% of americans say the u.s. should be less involved in world affairs. it seems like this trip is anything but that. thank you both. we'll watch this closely. and we're starting something new today. our georgia gun watch. we keep an eye how life in on that state is changing under the
and continue to talk about the storm threat. >>> meantime, we have new developments in the search for malaysia air flight 370. officials are announcing a new phase in the operation as they decide to end the aerial search for the debray. debris. nbc's katy tur is in perth, australia, again. katy, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt. certainly not the news update they wanted to have out of here today, announcing that they are suspending the aerial search and entering yet another new phase of the underwater search. meanwhile, bluefin-21 is still doing its dives. it's on number 16 right now. but things are not looking good. on day 52 without a single piece of wreckage, australian officials were forced to admit their "most promising lead" may not deliver. >> we're still baffled and disappointed that we haven't been able to find undersea wreckage. >> reporter: overnight, australian officials outlined a new phase that includes hiring private contractors with side broader area. the time span, six to eight months. the cost, $60 million. as for families, still questions without answers.
that these statements are happening is that there is a shift in how we view ourselves, and like malaysia, we constantly have to be on guard against racial attitudes that divide us rather than embracing the diversity as a strength. >> and so jalani i want to bring you in, because can we take the encouragement in this, because there is so much public outrage or outcry, and quickly following this. >> yes, and no. and one, because it is the easiest kind of racism to denounce, and all of us being the equivalent of the kids in third grade raising their hands saying, ooh, i know this one, ooh, i know this one, and the things that they should be concerned about are the disparate infant mortality rate s, and other items that are not indispu indispute. and you have to move from bug tri and say that we don't want to acknowledge this, but in the private conversation to his girlfriend, we need more tangible items. >> thank you both for your insight. we appreciate it. >> thank you. >> thank you. >>> and president obama trying to rein in russia with more sanctions as accusations fly. we will come back and talk to a r
to lap. and president obama weighed in on the controversy all the way from malaysia, answering a question from chuck. >> when ignorant folks want to advertise their ignorance, you don't really have to do anything, you just let them talk. and that's what happened here. i have confidence that the nba commissioner, adam silver, a good man, will address this. obviously the nba is a league that is beloved by fans all across the country. it's got an awful lot of african-american players. it's steeped in african-american culture. and i suspect that the nba is going to be deeply concerned in resolving this. >> chuck todd is still with us from the philippines. chuck, thanks for sticking around. and "sports illustrated"'s phil taylor joins us. phil, i want to start with you. if it is confirmed that this is in fact sterling, what kind of action should be taken and how much of a test is there for the new nba commissioner adam silver? >> it's a huge test for the new commissioner opinion t commissioner. the feeling is if this is true and proven to be sterling on the audio tapes that he should be fined
of the joint agency cooperation santa and elf that the search for the missing malaysia airlines jet will be expanded to include the massive swath of the ocean floor then they take up to eight months to research. we are losing strong the current size. two i fridays which is focused on searching the irish and four about a much larger area. if everything goes so perfectly i was trying to be doing well if we do it nine months but then you have issues potential issues was whether the potential issues with the palms the usability of the equipment. witness what's happened with that blue thing and then a number of teething problems with it we still baffled and disappointed that we haven't been idle to find on to say break each time. by so nice to take sianz and this is one of the races while we are continuing to deploy the blues in twenty one sub noticeable. it's a time as ambassador to australia mind how she held a joint press conference with angus houston st artists such as have found no traces of the missing aircraft boss he vowed to continue searching as each but expressed confidence th
stops in malaysia and philippines a success. this is part of the pivot president obama announced three years ago. a lot of people have had skepticism about the white house and president obama's commitment to that. they feel that this is a success and cap stone of the trip. a lot of the details here have yet to be announced, yet to be worked out. what we do know is that american troops for the first time in some 25 years, since the end of the cold war and since the united closed two massive bases here in the philippines, clark and subic bay, american troops are going to be rotating in a understand out. there's sensitivity of the presence of american troops on philippine soil. they're going to be on existing philippine bases. where they're going to be, how many, what theirporture is on the bases all has to be determined. president obama talking about fighting piracy, talking about regional security, certainly enhances the stability of the region, but make no mistake, the question of china and their aggression in the region, their power and influence was at the top of the agenda. that is
with the muslim majority nation of malaysia on sunday. that would've been 1966, not 1996. another story in the post this morning. one more campaign story for you this morning. this comes from this morning's "washington times." again, our topic is your view of speaker john boehner. . why don't you talk first a little bit about how john boehner is viewed back home in his ohio district? boehner ise speaker supported a lot here, especially in butler county. of the is a largely republican area. it is one of several counties thisare -- that make up area. it is heavily populated and is always had support here. host: is anyone coming out to challenge him given the time tumult? he is challenging john and he is backed by the tea party. actually, he has some money thrown in. he is also supporting his campaign from a national tea party leadership. there are two other candidates that are also tea party, yet they are not really coming on strong. they didn't get the support from the national tea party. host: what kind of fundraising are you seeing in that race in guest: rict? guest boehner has a lot o
as bad as it gets. >>> the hunt for malaysia flight 370 enters a new faith. searchers will shift away from scanning for debris from the missing jet and instead focus on plumbing the depths of the indian ocean. >>> and a show of solidarity. the los angeles clippers send a message to owner donald sterling after he's allegedly recorded making racist comments. captioning funded by cbs >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for monday, april 28th, 2014. good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm marlie hall in for anne-marie green. this morning recovery efforts are under way in several states after a deadly series of tornadoes drove through the midwest and southeast. at least 12 before killed and dozens injured. speaking from the philippines this morning president obama sent his condolences to the victims and says federal officials are on the ground to help. besides the tornadoes the powerful storm system produced high winds and heavy rains from texas to kentucky. this morning the system is headed east. hardest hit is an area north of little rock, arkansas, where at least 16 people were killed.
moved from japan to korea to malaysia to the philippines. has this been successful? trip,s is a dual track you sure your alliances and i feel that they have been successful on this front. but this entire trip was somewhat about beijing as well. they have made strong statements about china and you have not seen china react all that negatively. very goodals feel about this but missing is a trade deal, they did not make any major trade deal and that may be of concern. >> traveling with the president in the philippines, adam? >> bill gates and mark zuckerberg had two things in common. change the world and dropped out of harvard. harvard is saying no more. you spirit a lot of early are looking- you for the one percent of the one percent. what sets those people apart? >> it has to do with their talent. the record of harvard speaks for itself. we have eight u.s. presidents and 16 nobel laureates, and the birth of the venture capital industry as a whole. it started as research and development in the 1960's. field creates this fund, leave harvard and we will give you $100,000, go to -- talk a
the course of my trip, japan, south korea, malaysia and now the philippines, their message has been the same everywhere i go, which is they would like to resolve these issues peacefully and diplomatically. >> u.s. president barack obama there talking about fresh sanctions against russia. let's come back to our top story here and get the perspective from alstom and how the french are dealing with this competing offer from siemens with one on the table from ge. stephane, isn't this nearly a change of bedmates? >> reporter: france is not that close to international investors. recently we had a deal, last week between the publicist and a almacon, we will discuss that next with our guest here, thank you very much for being with us. do you have the feeling that the government is two dimensional? >> i don't think so. i think france is believing in free markets. we are a country that is open to international investors. france is a great place to invest, so, no, i don't think the government is. they are vocal, which is quite normal. we are in france, so you have to play by the ruling. >> reporter: le
for australia alone. not taking the cost being borne by malaysia, china, or the other countries that have been searching for the last month or so. australia has of course been, you know, leading these operations the last 41 days. it's now more than seven weeks. 52 days ago that mh370 disappeared on that scheduled flight from k.l. to beijing with 239 people on board. tony abbott said it was with regret that they haven't been able to find anything in their search of the last few weeks using the bluefin-21, that submersible which has been operating within a 400 square-kilometer area. he believes that there will now be no debris found on the surface, that if there was any debris it would have sunk by now, it would have been waterlogged and sunk. so this is now moving into the next phase. it's going to be underwater. as you say, covering now an extended area of some 60,000 kilometers. and you know, according to the prime minister and according to air chief marshal angus houston, he said that this at a minimum could take six to eight months to cover this area. so it certainly is going to be a protra
resources that we can. and the malaysia government has been very welcoming of that assistance. >> the philippines is the president's fourth ston on his way to asia. >> several climbers return to their base camps at mt. everest today. many climbers abandoned the mountain after the april 18th disaster. 16 schirpa guys were fixing ropes and cracking ice when the avalanche happened. several shir pa guys demanded benefits for their possession. >> the son of kad provided testimony through video conferencing. khadfe's son has been held of several crimes including murder during the country's civil war three years ago. now that 37 defendants there, mostly officials from his regime, sat behind bars in his courtroom. >> eight form military observers suddenly appeared at news conference today. >> they look like prisoners of war, but these were envoys of peace. >> we have no indication when we will be sent home to our countries. and to see our families. one hostage was freed for medical reasons. the key is holding a number of our allies. so if this is possible, we're ready for an exchange.
, parts claimed by taiwan, brunei, malaysia and vietnam. we are joined from manila. what difference on the ground, or on - at sea, i should say, really, will this make to the balance of milt - military balance in the south china sea. >> well if it means anything, it means the fortification of defense forces in the western philippines, in the area of the islands. the agreement as clarified, washington will return - the rush of the u.s. base, and increased soldiers rotating around asia. the activists, those against these visits of president obama, those who are opposing what they call u.s. imperialism says the question is sovereignty really. the u.s. bases may have left officially in the '90s, but there is a number of soldiers stationed here. the philippine military admits more than 600 are stationed across the country. not sure what it is, but they help out encounter-terrorism operations, particularly in the southern philippines. the question of sovereignty, during the judicial process, if you remember, a few years ago, five soldiers were convicted of rape after raping a filipino in
president obama leaves malaysia after a two day state visit for fourth and final stop on his asia tour, the philippines. a landmark agreement between the united states and the philippines to be signed coinciding with the president's visit, allowing for a military presence there for ten years. it was some 20 years ago that two enormous military bay, subic bay and clark air force base were closed. first, the philippines were tired of hosting the nafl base, the cold war was over and the eruption of mount penatubo, and now 20 years later, amidst territorial disputes over a group of islands called the spratleys, andboro shoal, between chinese and philippine fishermen, while the president is there, this agreement is going to be signed. after tha that, the president ss a day in manila. there will be another joint press conference, and then returning to washington, d.c. on tuesday. >> mike viqueria reporting. >>> obama's trip raises questions as to whether he'll press countries for democratic reform. so for more on this let's bring in phil robinson, based in bangkok. phil, how would you assess
visited malaysia? almost 50 years. so this visit is significant. it comes at a time when the transpacific trade accord, the tpp, is being negotiated. it is crucial that obama get support from malaysia as some consider as a swing state. malaysia has more outstanding tpp issues than other countries in the talks. while in malaysia, the american thatdent reassured allies the u.s. will carry through its obligations. it also sent out a note to portion. >> we don't seek on select. we seek to keep the peace. we want a future where disputes are resolved peacefully and we're -- and where bigger nations don't bully smaller nations. all nations are equal in the eyes of international law. >> has we've been saying here as well, the president is on his way to the philippines. what is on his agenda there? it seems security, front and center. >> definitely security. obama heads to the philippines with plans for a stronger military alliance. be achieved to their cap the expectation that the two countries will sign an bigs -- an agreement to counter the china dispute in the south china sea. is tree-bound to
is continuing its gains. as the demand. malaysia getting under way. president obama leaving and flies to manila later on this afternoon. so we'll continue to watch that closely. i mention it had safe haven trade let's quickly chick in on some things we're watching. there we go. gold above 1300 back about 1300 n ounce yet again. anaheim ex crude here. just a tad below 100. u.s. dollar, don't let it fool you when it's green that means the yen is stronger. so that's what the happening. a lot of macro concerns over the tensions in ukraine. >> thanks. let's take a look at toyota now because it's set to move its u.s. headquarters from california to somewhere near dallas. >> all about costs. so if you take a look, attorneys -- torns california known as second to detroit as the u.s. auto manufacturing hub. many of the companies honda, hundred ay, kia, have operations in california. they don't have operations in texas. so it is an unusual move. there are 5300 employees that work in the torns, california office. the relocation is set to happen outside of dallas. retention will be an issue. >> they had th
it while traveling in malaysia. >> when ignorant folks want to advertise their thoughts, you don't have to do anything. that's what happened here. >> calls to take action are pouring in from fans, players, and former players. i'm joined by cnn's rachel nichols. magic johnson was referred to in that conversation. listen to what he thinks should happen. >> it's now adam silver and the owners of the league. i'm going to say what i've been saying all along. he's got to give up the team. >> rachel, that's being echoed by many. i just spoke with kareem abdul jabbar. he's speaking a very similar sentiment. >> yeah. look, it's not surprising to hear that kind of talk from donald sterling. for those of your viewers not familiar with him, before this incident, let me give you a little background. ste sterling made some of his money in real estate development and two times he was sued for discriminating about what kind of tenants he had in his buildings. there was enough evidence that sterling settled for huge amounts. one time it was a record amount. an all-star worked for sterling and the manage
china from finlandizing, if you will, countries like vietnam and the philippines and malaysia. >> meaning that -- >> meaning that finland, because of its long land border with the soviet union during the cold war, didn't really have control of its own foreign policy. and china is going to seek to do that in countries of the south china sea. but on the other hand, the united states cannot allow vietnamese or filipino nationalism to drag the united states into a military conflict with china given how important the bilateral relationship is for china and the u.s. for the piece of the world in the 20th century. >> so for the united states and china and japan and all the asian countries in this caldron, as you describe it, will be the next big policy we face in foreign policy. thank you. >>> next up, if you are a woman, you might be an important part of the economic trend of the last 30 years. you will want to hear about it, in any event. >>> now for our what in the world segment. if you watch even just one episode of "mad men," it's clear that since the 1960s, women in the workpla
of campaigning for or against obamacare. this is "state of the union." >>> president obama is in malaysia, part of his four nation tour of asia. he has wanted to increase u.s. focus on that part of the world since taking office and other hot spots from ukraine to the middle east keep getting in way of the agenda. joining me now, tony blinken. >> looking alt this week, no trade deal with japan which the u.s. is pushing hard for. israeli-palestinian negotiations where the secretary of state has focused intensely for nine months fall part. and mr. putin still has his troops sitting on ukraine. if you look at this week, what you're hearing from critics is that the u.s. power to sway the events of the world has declined. regardless of whether you blame president obama for that or whether you say it's the nature of the world, it's how it now works. would you agree with that premise? >> i would. i think this week actually demonstrates it. first, look what's happened in asia with the president leading the effort to rebalance our relationships in asia, all the different lines of effort we've been workin
. the president in malaysia right now. what is he saying about donald sterling's alleged comments? >> reporter: it was actually chuck todd who asked president obama about sterling's comment. i think a lot of journalists in the room were surprised how candid, how strong president obama was on the topic. white house officials said he wasn't expecting to get asked about it, but when he did, this is what he had to say. take a listen. >> i don't think i have to interpret those statements for you. they kind of speak for themselves. and i think that we just have to be clear, and steady in denouncing it, teaching our children differently. >> president obama also said he has full confidence in the nba to launch a swift investigation, and to get answers quickly. and the nba, of course, has said that's exactly what they plan to do. >> let's go to what the president was certainly prepared for, and that is addressing the new sanctions for russia. kristen, what's the latest on that front? >> reporter: he was asked why the united states wouldn't move forward unilaterally with the biggest sanctions that would
and business center. mr. obama is the first center to visit malaysia in almost 50 years. he also addressed relatives of flight 370 defending malaysia's government's handling of the search for that missing jetliner. the president also offering his sympathy to the families and pledging continued support in the search. >> i want to again express the deepest condolences of the american people to all the families who lost loved ones on that flight. malaysian, american, chinese and people from many other nations. as we have since the beginning of this tragedy, we are working closely with our malaysian partners and continue to provide all the assistance we can in their search and the investigation and today the prime minister and i discussed some of the lessons being learned from this tragedy and how nations including our own might improve to continue our cooperation moving forward. >> coming up at 9:15 we will have more on the president's trip with our political analyst michael yaki. >>> expect wet roads and sprinkles. here's a live look from our mount tam cam. i'll talk about when the wet weath
. ♪ >>> the crisis in ukraine continues to overshadow president obama's trip to asia ya. . while in malaysia this morning, the president turned up the heat on russia, making it clear the international community is prepared to act if russia doesn't deescalate tensions with ukraine. >> collectively, us and the europeans have said that so long as russia continues down the path of provocation rather than trying to resolve this issue peacefully and deescalating, there are going to be consequences, and those consequences will continue to grow. >> u.s. secretary of state john kerry expressed similar sentiments on thursday, while trying to leave the door open, if only a sliver, for a possible change on russia's part. >> the window to change course is closing. president putin and russia faces a choice. if if russia chooses the path of de-escalation, the international community, all of us, will welcome it. if russia does not, the world will make sure the costs for russia will only grow. >> this new and more aggressive stance may be a direct result of growing u.s. concern that rusch military forces are
. >> the president did make a little news in malaysia. we will talk about that. and we got an interview with m -- including that of her grandfath grandfather. i'm looking forward to that. >> thank you so much. >> the economic report is out next week. it's coming out friday. . i wish. >> the national unemployment rate has held steady at 6.7%. how do we move that needle down? joining me now to talk about jobs is wall street journal chief economics correspondent and marshall arback is director for institutional partnerships. thank you for joining us. let's get to the week ahead. we've got home sales out on monday. the fomc two day federal reserve meeting on interest rates, jobs numbers out on friday, consumer confidence, the list goes on. what's most important to you. >> the fed and jobs clearly. what we have right now is a federal reserve that has been pulling back on bond buying products. there has been talk about when interest rate hikes start. when you look at what's going on in the economy and particularly the housing sector, you had a very large home builder on. we're seeing a home sector t
's alleged comments. at a news conference in malaysia just hours ago, chuck todd asked the president for comment. >> when ignorant folks want to advertise their ignorance, you don't really have to do anything. you just let them talk, and that's what happened here. >> david gregory is moderator of "meet the press." david, good morning. >> good morning, erica. >> the president went on to say that this just shows, again, how the u.s. continues to struggle with this legacy of race and slavery and segregation, and it is something, as we know, that continues to come up, and the president is asked about it, especially because of all this talk about after his election that we would be moving into a post-racial america. how did these comments affect the president when he is asked to weigh in on them, and in your experience in washington? >> well, there's a certain moral leadership that comes with being the first african-american president and to talk about issues of race that still persist in this country. racism persists. when you have these flash points, the president initially reluctant ha
an elite group as the vatican make history. >> day two of a visit to malaysia, the first american president to visit the country in half a century. >>> calling it quits - south korea's prime minister resigns over scathing criticism on how the government handled the ferry accident. >>> out of bounds - an investigation into the owner of the l.a. clippers caught on tape makeses racist remarks: >> good morning to you. welcome to al jazeera america. i'm morgan radford, live in new york. it's an event unlike any other in the history of the catholic church. two popes entered saint hood today. a short time ago pope francis bestarted the title to john paul ii and john xxiii. they were connonized under the gaze of a billion catholic around the world and at vatican square. nick schifrin joins us from there. what makes today's event unlike any other, and so unique? >> let go through the first time in the it 2000 year history of the catholic church that we have two popes canonized together. the first time in history that we have two living popes having a mass, celebrating a mass in st. peter's square, p
vote on an immigration bill by august. president obama is in malaysia, the third stop on a four nation asian tour that will conclude tomorrow in the philippines retort -- before returning to washington on tuesday. every sunday we begin our program with a look at what is on the other sunday morning programs. today we want to get your comments on those shows. are they still relevant? do they still matter? we want to hear from you. (202) 737-0001 --host: many of you are already weighing in on our facebook page. from "the boston globe," an event getting in that -- getting lots of attention, two popes canonizing two popes. the scene, with over one million people on hand, this headline comes from the boston "sunday globe." a piece that really got a lot of attention this week, this style section was called "meet the pressure." host: we will get your calls and comments in a moment, but for some look at the other sunday shows and what you can hear on c-span radio. good morning, nancy. >> some of the topics include the return of congress this week, the middle east, and of course, politics. you c
malaysia in half a century. >>> south africans mark 23 year since the apartheid. and doubling canonization. >> the south korea's prime minister has resigned over the handling of the ferry disaster. 389 people have been confirmed dead, but 100 people still has been unaccounted for. reports from seoul. >> reporter: eleven days past the disaster, the prime minister decided to take the fall. >> the right thing for me to do is to do the right thing and resign. i apologize for many problems from the prevention of the accident to the early handling of the disaster. >> reporter: on the day after the ferry went down, president put him in charge of the rescue effort, and literally at one point when parents of missing children threw a water bottle and scuffled with him, and once again preventing his car from leaving the island. but there is a wider sense of anger and shame in this country citizen more emerges about the safety violations that led to the needless loss of so many children's lives, has regulation and corrupt practices in south korea as a whole. they preempted any trial by calling the act
of global markets >> patricia sabga, al jazeera, new york >> president obama is in malaysia tonight. it's the first visit by a u.s. prepondera president in almost five decades. he will meet with the prime minister to discuss the search for that missing jet. he attended an elaborate dinner at the national palace. mike viqueira joins us from kuala lumpur with more on the visit. what's on the president's agenda for the rest of this trip? >> well, jonathan, you are absolutely right. this is a state visit. there is a lot of pomp and circumstance and ceremony that goes along with it. the president is up bright and early this sunday morning in kuala lumpur. he has visited the national mosque at this moment. he is in a bilateral meeting with prime minister najib of malaysia. later, he hosts a town hall with youths from around kuala lumpur, a conference with the prime minister, jonathan >> mike, he was also scheduled earlier. why did that not happen? >> reporter: it's interesting. he is sending his national security secretary susan rice to do it. ibrahimovic has been arrested twice on what many
garrett with the president in malaysia, thank you. the two other americans killed in thursday's hospital shooting in kabul, afghanistan, have now been identified. they are hospital administrator jon gabel, and his father, gary, both from chicago. the third victim was identified earlier as dr. jerry umanos, also from chicago. later, classmates in mourning for the victim in that prom day killing in connecticut. that story when the cbs evening news continues. try boost® original nutritional drink. it helps fill nutritional gaps in your diet. each delicious serving provides 10 grams of protein to help maintain muscle, and 26 vitamins and minerals, including calcium and vitamin d to support bone health. plus, boost® original is doctor recommended and has a guaranteed great taste. help get the nutrition you need with boost® nutritional drink. this has been medifacts for boost® nutritional drink. with sfx: car unlock beep.ink. vo: david's heart attack didn't come with a warning. today his doctor has him on a bayer aspirin regimen to help reduce the risk of another one. if you've had a heart
no signs of reigning in the militants, today, president obama on a state visit to malaysia and other g7 leaders say they will impose more sanctions on russia individuals and businesses but not yet president vladimir putin saying russia has only escalated tensions. but as more u.s. troops landed today and a show of force in the neighboring boll -- boltics, it was unclear in ukraine. >>> for more on the crisis in ukraine, and how the obama administration is responding, we turn to our chief white house correspondent chuck todd traveling with the president in malaysia and david gregory with "meet the press." chuck, starting with you, with regard to whether ukraine is overshadowing the president's trip in any way. >> well, it definitely is overshadowing the trip. it's a frustrated white house on many levels. number one, they are frustrated they can't get the european leaders to unite on something tougher against vladimir putin. they are frustrated this trip is getting overshadowed because they think they are accomplishing something here in asia and very frustrated with the press, as always,
in the search for malaysia flight 370. >> disappointment in the search for the missing malaysianarilier. metal debris that washedda shore does not appear to be from the plane. >> president obama says the u.s. is now considering more punishment. >> we have been preparing further sanctions. those are tead up. >> russia and ukraine edge closer to the brink of war. >> rose: a court orders the white house to release the details of drone strikes against americans. >> the american. >> one year after the bomb, thrition,000 runners raced across the city. >> rose: the i.r.s. is under fire again. >> the agency paid out bonuses to employees, even those who owed backtaxes. >> rose: britain celebrate the bard's birthday. >> every year, every decade, your understanding of shakespeare is completely new. >> a world-record base jump from the world's tallest building. >> look at that! ♪ ♪ every day, turn, turn, turn ♪ >> reporter: apple launched its iphone trade-in program. >> rose: apple goes green. >> the large inventory of used phones in the u.s. is getting refurbished and resold in emerging marks. ♪
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white house correspondent ed henry is live from malaysia with more, ed. >> good to see you. you're right. the first u.s. president since lyndon johnson to visit this asian nation. they would love to talk about the good will here, trade ties. a big steak dinner for the president as well as the search for the missing malaysian airlines jet which u.s. law enforcement agencies including the fbi have been helping a lot with. but you're right that ukraine hows of miles away has been the focus. not just here in malaysia but the previous two stops in south korea and japan because the situation on the ground there appears to be deteriorating. you've had the interim prime minister suggesting that what vladimir putin really wants to do is spark a third world war. that put the president on defense. he's been scrambling on this trip and talking to european leaders to come up with the new round of u.s. sanctions coming on monday but also european sanctions may be coming as well. bottom line, though, they're not likely to be the sort of large sector sanctions pointed at say the energy and banking secto
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